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DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY. JUNE

lnsfearl

of returning

it

to

throughout

a

the country

will

result

of the dis-

for eetcnittg

Shore

of

diKgrnce

the middle of an asphalted

Dees

threaten

no danger

roadn«y

to others,

imperil

nd

the safety of those who

they often result

in

an

struction of ln« highway.

For

tended

after all. the roadway

for arlring vehicles

dreu

to play to,

or

eveu

except

when

crossing.

for

drive

nt \u0084 furious

him

require

and

a horse

to swerve

way

it

25. lOCa

surl

m*

but

they

do

The

in them,

''

ob-

«n in-

,

6

Morgan

Is

and

for

one of

some

the

most

valuable

of

THE DAWN' [N RUSSIA.

Mr. Nevinson's

Impressions

of

Struggle from Darkness

to Light.

a

A vigilant correspondent*

London. Juna 10.

notebooks

in times

el storm

| Mr. Henry

and strew contain material

W.

N>vin«on's

for

history

RusJ

Harpers.

"The Dawn In

Impressions

1 sla," published hero this w»»k by the

IIs a volume of Journalistic

si during the last year, and bears

-. v .

olutionary scenes

evidence

of accurate

observation

and painstak-

ing effort to explain a series

events

of

extraordinary

which has culminated in the- establish-

ment of the Douma.

with

has

known that h? sat toyinr with the fringe of a

ItIs Journalism

of the best

and

who

order,

] the

written

with lucidity of stylo

of

an

honest

observer,

candor

great

subject.

Perspective

c,t

the

Is lacking for a

revolutionary move-

I prahinafti

; ment

| tempt

| pertanc» j with Japan

previously

as

to

a

i ings

of

! mutinies

content

since the

com.

not

at-

survey

whole, and

the author

does

of. la.

outbreak of the. war

In th« order

estimate

He

events

the

makes

his starting poir.f. well

there had been

nihilist

students,

among

outbreaks

soldiers,

knowing that

crimes,

upris-

peasants.

pn>

were

He

among

lemstvo

reform

grammes and other signs that the

feeling their way from darkrws to light.

masses

with furnishing a bar* outline of

opening of the

fatal campaign,

events

which

was not regarded by the people as their

j but as a badly managed government affair;

war

and

rapidly to the Industrial and rail-

; then

he passes

i way strikes. Father

Oapon'# leadership,

the rev-

olutionary press

the

open

and cartoons, administration

orders

la

la

j Moscow, rioting in Kteff and Odessa,

country,

the

old and

new

the bloody

assize In the Baltic provinces, the disorders la Poland and other scenes* witnessed by himin the

stirring drama of freedom until the assembling

of the first Russian

parliament.

One of the best

features

of this volume la ths

reproduction

This has been

of suppressed

cartoons. done in the startling colors of the

Russian

originals in several Instances. The design on the

and

depicting

a

woman with revolver

is

taker,

from

the

revolutionary

paper

for

the

title,

One

of

Amusements.

a half, six and mx miles

The actual distance

hattan

in length, respectively.

be

traversed

seven

miles,

in Man-

that

so

still fur-

dr-.-l:>res

only If*

now

Tin?

with him,

generally

to the

horsesj

parable.

uses it is simply incom-

and other deflera

>rv.l.*:, <SATTr»EVS «:*>- Th« Governor 1 * Eon. ,

UJUSBi I \u25a0 MHLJLtKX>—

atssnarsk

Ruirtl-»n» and Pln»for«.

Girl ft tb* Golden \V«*t.

BJUUEITOK

pzAca

Wlid Wnt Ehew.

CASINO* :l!Wrfce

to

from

IsMpi

Is not

far

Whether or not the malignant use to which our libraries are beins put will have the effect of chanpin*K the direction of Mr. Dareegle't

l>enefactlons. it is too early to predict. Fortu- nately, there n<>ed as yet be little fear that

libraries

be

closure. It Is more likely that they will be

the

kept open ns convenient

objectionable

\u25a0*

is made and

1M«

Is

people

passengers

a ride

crops

An

that

from The Bronx are likely to have

than twenty miles after they

ii live or six

After a number

of rebaters

of more

>

Harlem.

engineer

of

hi«

employers

of the law of the land, have studied matters in

the enforcer! privacy of prison

able

walls it Is prob- not be considered

that br. iking laws

will

such

Rreat

fun as it has been

In the p«*t

Titf> Sultan

the Alscolrns

course.

interested

of Morocco, we are told, has

protocol

without amendment.

He is of all potentates

settlement,

yet

he

has

slKn^fl

Of

most

He had to. in that

had

least of all to say about it. and as for hie ventur-

de-

ing to alter what

th«»

trrent

powers

had

termined

concerning

him.

such

presumption

would have been intolerable!

Mayor

McClellan

follows

Colonel

Bryan'*

ample In taking a trip abroad.

Perhaps

he

ex-

has

noticed

lead?rs gain In stature

nowadays when studied at the grentesi possible

that Democratic

ra

gel

PERSONAL.

J.

R. Booth,

the Canadian

railway magnate

and

lumber kine,

possesses

the

British North America. Sir John Gorst. of Encland, made up his mind

when \u25a0 youth to be a barrister. Then he decided

to

and

to

the

life as

miles

a mill hand.

of timber

»;.'v"'>

sOgaa

square

Not hi

land and is

largest

become

owner

in

his own right of railways In

and

sailed

from Liverpool

his

future wife on

government,

was admitted

missionary,

a

2"aland,

He took a

meetincr

post

returned

for New

voyage.

subsequently

the

under the

to London and

bar. where he quickly built up a lucrative

practice.

Mrs. A. Morley Wllcox

has

Washington

a reljpr map

University

of

Palestine.

a model

given

the

George

of Jerusalem

and

The King of Italy, whose fondness for music is well known. Is probably the first prince of the

house of Savoy who has token an interest in musi-

cal matters. His If, frankly detested

non were roaring: at the Battle of Solferlno: "That

Is the

ciate."

the

grandfather.

music,

I have

Victor Emmanuel

when

able

the can-

to

appre-

was much of

and said

ever

been

only

And

same

music

hi? son. King: Humbert,

opinion.

Thomas

R

Youn*blood. of Boor.ville, Ind. Is the

sMh sf justice of the peace in that state, and will

soon be

from

eighty.

He is

famous

for marrying per-

but

says

,1

couple

sons under

established his record when he unite!

fering from smallpox arid had to stand across the

road

One of them

arrived In Tacoma, Tessa Hattorl. a widow

recently

that he

unusual

th**m to

conditions,

do it.

women" in Japan.

They have "new

of thirty-five, to enter

domestic science. She

reporter

the other

day:

Witworth

College

said

"Oh,

to a "Tacoma

years.

from

If it takes

Formosa.

comes

I

j

or

they

clouds

Another

Autumn

PARK -*:»--«:«>— Tf^f sura

Social

to

fw

Whirl.

&

Beads** Greater

Us»s

fee-

Pis'*. Col.

Woodlawn

the

new

intend

in. and not for rhii-

wnlk in

to

mlloF. aud Yonkers seven

ther away.

or eight,

company

to

charge

points

COXTT XBUAVrv—Thonipfon

ParV—l>r»fi.:3:»3d

BoMorlc'a.

public as

No man has a Ha* to

nlon.cn street

is

tttlag to

walking pace

of the

road-

or nn automobile

pace.

to drive

But

-neither

only Si

re

\u25a0

side

from side

rosy."

to have the children

it

would be a

E3BIK MCSdD-'Tfc* World In Wit:

LJ«n and

X.TlUC # s2O -Th* Minion the

MAX>rsox

SQUARE

OsssnjajßSi

HAjofsasrrßore \'ICTOniA- « Vlsbsbvssb.

Z.YCEUM—

cent* for I ride over the v entire road. If that promise Is fulfilled literally, this city will wit-

ness a great revolution. A person

reach Coney Island from

Bronx for less than 10 rents. except on some days of the week over the Smith street line, half of

that sum

nnd Hie other half being demanded In Brooklyn.

traps

the »*»

Rot.

of the ttnsehrn

WOV&D-BE

persons

seem

that

autocracy.

REBELS.

OAltf>EN"

HOOF— * lXam*el>

and Hl« Band— «:lS

cannot

up

in

to avoid disturbing boys

for p!a.v!np

nn.l pirl* who an

Bttfttei or for

to

uslii^ Ike asphalt

"*rinc around

.-.

a hardship

streets

have

that

but

MANHATTAN BEACH 4-l» -Dm-f Pain* firework*.

HEW

MBW

.nr N«w Tork

WEPT

Air««enienti

Poomii

itnusi

r<rrok'>ri l"r<n*rty

Jl»r**r»

' ore

:>.•

Brooklyn Vroprty for

5o!»

O»rp»»

City

Otr

S»-«

cj«in!r.r

Hotel*

Property

Ou-'-T TV«rd

Country Property

Sml*

Cmintrr Prr^rrtj

IjH '.

Ceur.tr>- Sale 'or

Property

to M

down

Is

on the Eastern be «> anxious

to

they

must

resort

Many will regard

greater

hardship

from the streets

It M

driven from tlu»

VORK-S :ls_ Hit Honor th# Mayor

VOP.K ROOF GARDEN—S:S9— Vaudeville and

being required

for the

privilege

for the great

for the trip to the bridge

of avoiding all change

saving in time from

Maryland

state

their

when a legal execution would as quickly jt?t rid of their victim. A Negro who on< escaped

them after committing a crime in their neigh- borhood Is now lodged safely in Baltimore un- der sentence of death, having been chased by

would-be lyncbers

arrested and banded over to the Maryland au-

thorities for legal trial.

take him bads to Prince** Anne County for

legal execution. Reports from that county.

hn\vev*'r. lay that when be is taken back

baffled fury of the pnpulare

execution according to law. and willinsist upon

to murder

he

was

proposed

to

the

|

In order

fe»lln?

when

further

of

by

EN*r>— «:ls TTriel Aeosta.

Ji idejr to Advertisc men Is.

*

Pair* <"\>'. '

52

Krok*r* l«

*•

»

11

11 *

for

Merely

of

traffic excluded

tan and

they might be need »s playgrounds.

IfO.TJST ASH BVBIXEBB.

war. some

security

evidence

early

of a better

last

week,

market

It soon

be

expected

that

hesitated

there

was

to become

the

A setback

the construction of a through route, many peo-

to

pie

would

gladly

pay

reduction to live cents

MOT* than 20 would mean

cents.

;: charge

A

of

1 only a quarter

or

a

fifth of a

cent

a mile.

The

\u25a0

\u25a0

L<rt.

Let.

11

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11 *

:--'l

.

4

1

1 *

*

S~S

»

12

«

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9 J-e

II 1--

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«

leading

steam

railways

uive to

patrons

living

in the suburbs of New York a commutation

rate of about half \u25a0 cent. Mr. Gates's company

lose

offset by the

long rides

short rides for which the same fare would be

received.

would probably

not

money,

than

though.

Tito

might he

more

11

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6

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2-4

POPULAR!

COSTROL

OF CONGRESS.

The

House

of

Representatives

rejected

Thursday

a joint resolution

submitting to

on

the

state legislatures a constitutional amendment

to four

years and requiring the direct election of Senators. The defeat of this measure was due

lengthening

the term of Representatives

to

the

fact

that

it coupled

two

propositions

a

'1 ' Ex<-ursl^n»

1 Km »=«!•

FAn»!«r**'t >£«*<•>•<»

*>ir

I?-

4'Fur. * H'Mi>e» to

Onastry

;H»lp

!

Wanted

1lln*tn»ctir>n

om«

«;M»mmi;es

'>

«n

A I>«th«

Ftpaim-r*

rmporai*

i**nk»

'•«•

into Virginia/where

It is now

There

lin ' th

i better

ipeared

the

sharp

crop

an

could

involved

1 higher

the

decline in grain prices Indicated a

outlook, but tittle public buying ap-

became evident that no sup-

from the various pools

11

11 4

| port

! and syndicates

will prevent his

United

that

a

'\u25a0

II A'ftanraadl

for

ip«v!nr»

11 «;?r.*<-ial

IHteairhcats

11 4 Putrn.«i

11

4

when

probability

was started

lynching.

States

Mr. Dryden.

the Assistant

as

saying

money

rates.

attack on Interborough and other

the

R»*om

Ar»nri.>«

' fubn Rates

Ar*r*

Treasurer;

is 'quoted

prediction.

a

aggressive

'Far-cTVt

<

t~nr

regiment

would hardly

be

sorry

serve to keep the people

to see

we

the

are

citizens

bound

We have heard

savage

make

for

the

gallows?

Shore

in

itraction

jstocks

1 rrient,

tablished

Issues, and later in the week the Steel

took

the

lead

in the

downward movs-

a HOW low record

for the

year

l>elng es-

by United

States

Steel

common.

Al-

outlook improved, par-

banks,

for

the

n»«k« *!><! Offlr# Fur- iTrlbune

nitiir*

T>«m

Pit*.

PT**»mi>kiii|f

\u25a0

mranlf

I/t

Want**

rivi'.^r'" Nntleep 10 1 T'r.fuml*hwJ

rMvldctt4 Not!re»

UTrust

'

II 1'

»

1*

TVant«»a

m»nt« to

4

Work

1 !

away from the culprit, and thai "if the Governor "sends militia to protect the Negro from the "Infuriated citizens it will cause bloodshed.

of

of

to

Princess Anne County made the victims

militia rifles. Nevertheless

say that no men could more deserve to fall be-

fore them than those who should act according

We- should

to

excuse

murdering

Maryland

that

they

though the International

\u25a0 ticularly as to the

there

stocks,

condition of European

in the

was no increase

but

foreign demand

of exchange

and

iXeft^trrk BtdltiEriitmc

MOVPAT. JVSE

THE

NEWS

THIS

FOREIGN— The crew

belonging

to

Sea,

mutinied

the

artillerymen

2.1.

19<ir,.

WORXIVO.

weakness

which have no logical connection. Indeed, it

in

was

a

:

and

A

may be plausibly

proposed

argued

that the two changes

conflict in theory, for while the sec-

ond seeks to bring the upper house into closer touch with the voter, the first aims at weaken- ing the bond of dependence which holds the lower house to a very rigid sense of accounta- bility to the people. It cannot be denied that

we have grown away from the

ideas of chock written into the

for

Constitution.

as

a

nation

and

was

counter

only

check

Our

originally

system

at

the beginning

mildly democratic,

the tamers of the Constitution had a natural distrust of the average voter's capacity for self-

government.

safeguards

They

against

were more bent on devising

hasty

popular

action

of

than

on giving a free rein to the will of a temporary

majority. Rut the democratic ferment has

worked a gradual revolution in our ideals

way to cir- Constitution.

The Electoral College long ago became a fiction,

and

toward abolishing the indirect method of elect-

ing Senators. Rut if the voters have gradually succeeded in asserting their right to chose a President and Vice-President without the inter- vention of a go-between Electoral College, and

government,

cumvent

the

in recent

and

we have

found a

of

the

restrictions

years we have

gone a long way

their right to dispense

with intermediate

agen-

of Senators,

cies In the choice

to suppose that they will consent to

hard-and-fast control of the popular branch of

Congress which has been assured to them from

the outset by the biennial system of elections.

it is not logical

waive

that

Something

may be said, undoubtedly,

in favor

of a

four-year

term

for Representatives.

Fre-

quent changes in membership

ciency of a legislative body. A member of the

lessen

the

effi-

House

finds

much

his . fences and courting popularity

with his constituency. But, on the other hand,

the

wholesome

every two years acts as a

is hardly

it necessary

warm in his seat

to stand

and

he

a

before

he

and

in

In-

for reelection,

care

must

is

ask

absorbed

fresh

of his

time

that

mending

knowledge

dorsement

restraint and forces him to realize that he holds

a commission not in his own right, but as the

responsible

agent of the voters who elected

him.

The House itself must have felt that in sug-

by

as

j

gesting

a

lengthening

of the

Representatives

term

it

would be

reversing

popular

tendencies

and

flying in the

face of public sentiment,

and

this accounts

for the paucity of votes

of the joint resolution.

Moreover,

in favor

it would

scarcely

be reasonable

to a

term without adding two years

to add

two years

Representative's

to the terms

As

for the

of the President

section

second

baa

no

significance.

and Senators.

of the

The

resolution,

House

has

to the people.

fourteen Other stales the legislatures

selection already deter-

record

\u25a0

AND ANARCHY.

libraries,

as

called

who

|

ac

lower British- bank rate renewed talk of gold

Imports,

rates

reaching

a

position

provided

the

that

the

former

might

Secre-

offer

make

tary of the

shipments

profitable,

Treasury

deposits

be lost.

renewed

of special

would

not

expected

a good

closed

attack

by which interest

in transit

More good reports of rail-

road earnings supplied Influences that might be

to strengthen the security market, and

bank statement appeared, but prices

at the lowest point of the week, the final

being made

on Amalgamated

Copper.

Financial

developments

have

been

somewhat

conflicting, but the net result Ib a slightly firmer tone for time money, accommodation over th« end of the year becoming unavailable at less

than 5%

per

cent.

Foreign Influences

a

bonds,

supply

tended

to

make

conditions

Railroad

easier,

by French

of exchange

in Penn-

than

off-

being provided

sylvania

Investment

which

more

set

the

demand

for remittance

on

account

of

maturing

finance

bills.

As

rates

Of exchange

declined there was th» customary speculative

offering in anticipation

hardly probable that any specie will be secured

of gold imports, but it is

abroad in view of the present

ness of New York and the relatively larger in-

heavy indebted-

crease

in imports

of merchandise

over

exports.

A sustaining

Influence

in the money market is

the customary preparation for semi-annual divi-

dend

that

disbursements

the

and

also

the

probability

begin

York

agricultural

balances

districts

from

will soon

the

{few

to

withdraw

banks,

serves

which are not holding much

heavier re-

than

the law requires

and are now being

called upon to help

the 3 per cent reserve under the new act. While

the trust

companies

provide

it is probable

that

new

offset

000

the

the contemplated

government

Treasury

deposits,

take

day.

cash

which

ever:/

most

gold from Alaska

will

withdrawal of $10,000,-

regular

operations

of

out

of

the market

al-

is

helping

to

advance

the high-water mark of gross

gold holdings.

In the

volume of business when the advancing season

brings no change, because at this time of year

'here

in the

volume of trade.

It Is equivalent

to

a

decided

Increase

contraction

reports

is usually a perceptible

Sensational

of dam-

age

to the crops

are

so persistently

circulated

for speculative effect that there Is always the

possibility of disregarding authentic reports on

the subject,

trade reports

but

It Is

usually

in

safe

the

to

follow

from

cities

agricultural

section*

As these,

are practically unanimous

In

showing liberal gains over

the

corresponding

period in earlier years, it Is evident that dealers

are

look.

not

apprehensive

regarding

the

crop

out-

Legitimate business

is profiting very ma-

terially by the reluctance of the general public, to speculate in stocks, capital going more freely into the development of real estate and supply-

ing an abundance of labor for wage earners in the building trades. It Is always possible that structural work may be overdone, but thus far there is little occasion for anxiety.

Commodity

exchanges

have

shown

the

cus-

tomary response

to

dally

conflicting

reports,

activity

and

often

intended,

rumors.

As

irregularity

being

secured,

as

by Inventors

cotton

nears

and circulators

there

maturity,

Is

of

is

more

cured,

evidence

that

an

ample

crop

will be se-

which probably contributed

materially to

the

tion.

decline

of about

$5

a

bale

in the July op-

No other section

of the market

showed as

wide a change, spot quotations declining very slightly because of the support given by Liver-

pool cables.

British spinning has been remarka-

bly

raw

well

maintained,

despite

the

high

material,

and

business,

by a

poor

domestic

although

demand

mills have

the

from China.

future

cost

of

a

good

is com-

Dally

of over

a

cent

a bushel

markets

during the

were frequent

last

week, the

being the early decline

In response

to well distributed

in coarse

rains that

Mr. Dryden'a

can

a

lynching excused as a necessary substitute for slow and uncertain law. We have heard of the desire for instant and terrible vengeance on the perpetrator of an atrocious crime. But what

but

of

Does law mean

of th* Xfjni Novgorod,

fleet

the

Black

vessel

to

carrying

S^bastopoi

port.

three police-

g»>nda?me.

advocates

ministry

for the

The municipal elec-

disturbance

by

anybody

man

volunteer

the

on his

way to

while

so little on the Eastern

have

when

from

Odessa,

Emperor

rTh

I,onpw

the

that the people must

must

Bout it even

punishing

want?

anarchy

suf- cover,

flag,

took the ship back to th" former

band of terrorists in Warsaw killed

men and wounded snot her

and

\u25a0-

in the

Fubstitution

Goremykin

tion at Colon passed

early in The morning

Council

of

of

the

Empire,

a

responsible

'

Cabinet.

th« police \u25a0

Mr. and

Mrs.

mere wantonness? Have they such contempt

for the government of the State of Maryland

The Machine

Gun." which was suppressed

with ths

of a blood stained hand stamped upon

and Sealed."

from "Jupel"

.- M. Yermolofr. loader of one of the parlies

the

it Is doing

whose pun- for Its own

sake better than law? If so. the State of Mary- land should teach its rebellious citizens to re- spect its power, even at the cost of bloodshed.

They need the lesson.

Anne for

execution

their

[ printing one of the Czar's manifestoes

; impression

; it and

the

superscription

"Signed

: Three of the colored cartoons

are

"Sulphur." and,

while

as lurid as

are

not without artistic

qualities.

temples,

Is spanned

and

while a sky

; smeared

will and

they

a criminal

to protect

to study

Ledger"

ishment

Is lawlessness

to Princess

be

so taken

regardless

quietly; a

dinner

las?

this session. fire to the home

her

as

she

Iam only thirty-five;

Hattori

ten

to study

Ihave plenty of time, Ican stay in America five-

ten

was quickly

———

BodSJMsa

suppressed

on

William entertained

at

that long." Tessa

Island,

where

for

board

years

hos-

American methods

in the Knclish

view that she has worked and paved elnce the

death of her husband

several years who is fifteen

a high school

ing a college education In America.

she has acted as trained nurse in one of the

pitals.

it has been her ambition for years

of

nursing

language,

ago.

years

and

to

Is

a satirical Christmas picture entitled "Pacifica-

tion." with the Kremlin afloat in a sea of blootZ,

above which rise the crosses

Christian

the Hamburg